You Can Get An Inflatable Speed Boat With An Inbuilt Drinks Cooler

Alfie PowellAlfie Powell in News, UK
Published 14.06.19
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If you’ve been looking for some kind of inflatable speed boat with a built-in drinks cooler then you’re in luck!

I really want a boat. I’ve always wanted a boat. I even went as far once as to buy the hull for a speed boat for something silly like £10 from eBay.

I proudly told my dad, to which he replied “you’re not keeping it in the driveway”. I ended up getting banned from eBay.

You can’t get banned from Amazon, though, and this may be the salvation I’ve been looking for. Granted, it’s only an inflatable, but I’m sure you could fit an outboard motor to it with some gaffer tape.

6 person inflatable speed boat

*you absolutely shouldn’t do that*

Masterfully called the 6-Person Inflatable Bay Breeze Boat Island Party Island, the 6-Person Inflatable Bay Breeze Boat Island Party Island is pretty big, and is designed to fit six people, and their drinks in the excellent cooler.

As you know, though, you’ll try and probably succeed to get more in… unless they’re using tent logic. “This tent’s big enough for three people!” Honestly, it can hardly fit one Timberland (the shoe, not the music man).

I’m really looking forward to the blanket switch to the metric system, since the stats I have for the 6-Person Inflatable Bay Breeze Boat Island Party Island here are 20 feet long x 10 feet wide x 3 feet tall. Along with that, it weighs 60 pounds, whatever that means.

inflatable speed boat cooler

Apparently it takes 20 minutes to pump up and also, also, the price ranges from £171.09 to £213.08. Not cheap. You may as well get the real thing. How much is a 20 foot speed boat?

20 foot speed boat buy

Hmmm yeah probably won’t.

Weird side note, I genuinely believed that a very good friend of mine was a boat salesman for the best part of the year and managed to convince another friend that he was. Turns out he was just working for a company with fairly nautical name, selling batteries and expensive whisky from a catalogue to old people over the phone.

Sorry for telling you that.

Who has five friends to fill a blow-up boat? I don’t even have five socks.

That’s the end of the article, I think.

Images via Amazon, Boats.com, MGM

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